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Port And The Douro

Author : Richard Mayson
ISBN : 9781910902943
Genre : Cooking
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The completely updated fourth edition of Richard Mayson’s Port and the Douro offers unparalleled insight into the world of port and Douro wines. An entire chapter is dedicated to vintage port, covering harvests as recent as 2017 and providing information on vintages going back to 1844.
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The Wines Of New Zealand

Author : Rebecca Gibb
ISBN : 9781910902806
Genre : Cooking
File Size : 79.16 MB
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An insight into the world’s southernmost wine-producing region by Rebecca Gibb MW. Features chapters on the history of the New Zealand wine industry, the culture, climate and geography of the islands, cultivation, production and wine tourism. Chapters on the major wine growing regions and producers in both islands make up the bulk of the book.
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The Wines Of Greece

Author : Konstantinos Lazarakis
ISBN : 9781910902691
Genre : Cooking
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Covers the history of Greek wine, topography, geography, climatic conditions, grape varieties grown and requirements for all classifications. Detailed entries on some of the most interesting producers by region make up the bulk of the text. Appendices cover wine legislation and native varieties. Maps, glossary, bibliography, index.
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The Wines Of Bulgaria Romania And Moldova

Author : Caroline Gilby
ISBN : 9781910902820
Genre : Cooking
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This first book devoted to Eastern Europe’s most important wine-producing countries provides detailed information on the region’s wine production history, climate and geography, and analyses the parts played by culture and politics in the development of these wine industries. Wine styles, important grape varieties and key wineries are detailed.
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Richard Mayson S Guide To Vintage Port

Author : Richard Mayson
ISBN : 9781909652705
Genre : Cooking
File Size : 43.85 MB
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Richard Mayson’s Guide to Vintage Port is extracted from the second edition of Mayson’s best-selling Port and the Douro, the classic study of the world’s greatest fortified wine. Vintages have been reappraised and brought up to date. This fully updated and comprehensive directory of vintage ports includes the author’s tasting notes and is an unrivalled companion for sommeliers, bartenders, buyers and all port enthusiasts.
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The Wines Of Portugal

Author : Richard Mayson
ISBN : 1999619307
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A revolution has been taking place in the vineyards and wineries of Portugal during the last twenty years, bringing hundreds of new wines onto the international market. Indigenous grape varieties that were once obscure are now becoming mainstream. Once thought of as a country that produced mainly red wine, Portugal is now proving that it has producers capable of making world-class white wines, some as distinctive as any red. The wines of Portugaltakes a regional perspective, examining the terroirs that make this small but varied country so unique. The book divides Portugal into four areas: Atlantic Wines, Mountain Wines, Wines of the Plains and Wines of the Islands. Within these areas there are detailed descriptions of the demarcated wine regions, the growers and the wines they produce. From crisp Vinhos Verdes in the Atlantic north-west through the Douro, Dão and Lisbon to the big, bold reds of the Alentejo and newcomers from the Algarve in the deep south, this book is an up-to-date appraisal of Portugal's vineyards and wine producers. Written by one of the world's leading authorities on the wines of Portugal, this book takes an international perspective. It covers the history of Portuguese wine, grape varieties, winemaking and the regions and their producers, along with guidance for visitors. The producers included in the book are chosen by the author, based on their historic importance, the quality of their wines and international distribution.